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    Re: My budgies hit each other...

    I apologize for the post concerning their gender. One male can be attracted to both females as well. Birds are like humans in that they are not attracted to every bird of the opposite sex. Quite honestly, it is much more likely you would have a better chance of breeding success if the pair is about 2years of age, because they will be more mature.

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    Re: My budgies hit each other...

    I apologize for the post concerning their gender. One male can be attracted to both females as well. Birds are like humans in that they are not attracted to every bird of the opposite sex. Quite honestly, in my view, it is much more likely you would have a better chance of breeding success if the pair is about 2 years of age, because they will be more mature.

    Breeding is no easy task. I recommend getting all the breeding information available to you on the web before you begin. Do a search for budgie breeding. There is great info on the web.

    As to the cere of the female you mention, it is apparent her hormones are not ready to produce the brown cere as yet.

    If you do see her mating with the male, in my view, the mating pair need their own cage.

    I am sorry for the double post.
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    Re: My budgies hit each other...

    Quote Originally Posted by maxollie View Post
    I apologize for the post concerning their gender. One male can be attracted to both females as well. Birds are like humans in that they are not attracted to every bird of the opposite sex. Quite honestly, in my view, it is much more likely you would have a better chance of breeding success if the pair is about 2 years of age, because they will be more mature.

    Breeding is no easy task. I recommend getting all the breeding information available to you on the web before you begin. Do a search for budgie breeding. There is great info on the web.

    As to the cere of the female you mention, it is apparent her hormones are not ready to produce the brown cere as yet.

    If you do see her mating with the male, in my view, the mating pair need their own cage.

    I am sorry for the double post.
    It's fine and thanks but I have done as much research as I could so that's the o my reason I come to tail feathers. I only ask on here every 6-8 months :3

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